The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 7, 1950 · Page 9
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Three County Cage Teams Enter Fight For Berth In Sub-State Algona, Bancroft And St. Cecelia's In District Meets tt will take a bit of* doing for Algona's Bulldogs to pet through the district basketball tournament at Humboldt this week.. The same is true for St. Cecelia's Academy in their clash at Forest City and for Bancroft St. John's at Spirit Lake. Algona High's first foe will be Belmond '- Wednesday night and that is enough to make any coach just a little unhappy. The rugged Belmond Bronchos won the North Iowa Conference with a record of 11 wins and one lone defeat. With a percentage of .917 in conference play, this squad will be hard to beat. Belmond Threat > Belmond is ,a well balanced team with each player getting his share of points. Riggs at forward has been showing up well recently, getting 17 points against Britt. Their center, Trager, hooped through 14 the same night. In their sectional final with Clarion, the Broncos lumbered through the Cowboys 50-26. In that game their high scorer was Dick Kriens with 10 followed by Swenson with eight. This is a good indication of team cooperation. At the district meet, Humboldt hits Rockwell City and here again, both are powerhouse outfits, although Humboldt is a slight favorite in,some quarters. Should Algona tromp Belmond, they will have a full evening in the finals, getting either Humboldt or Rockwell City. The first session of the Humboldt district is Tuesday evening, March 7 (tonight.) The final game is Thursday night. St. Cecelia — Corwilh St. Cecelia's Blue Knights have a rough row to hoe, meeting Corwith in the first round at Forest City in the "B" tourney. Corwith has beaten the Algona club twice in the regular season and are out for the third. These two clubs meet Wednesday night at 7:30. The winner of this round will meet either Kanawha or Scarville. Bancroft — Emmetiburg St. John's of Bancroft will have their trial at Spirit Lake when they hit Emmetsbure Wednesday night, March 8. Both teams have had an on and off season. Not much is known about Emmetsburg since they lost to Algona high early in the season. It will be a rough week for Kossuth county cagers and they will have to do some fancy shooting and playing to get into the sub-state. Upper Jfflome* SECTION TWO ALGONA, IOWA, TUESDAY, MARCH 7, 1950 VOL. 85-NO 9 Hank's Diet Does It... Hits 232 In Barry League Hank Geilenfeld apparently took to heart that recent unflattering picture of him printed in the U-D-M. And if the size of the bowling score has anything to do with poundage reduced, he must have reduced quite a little last week, as he chalked up a 232 at Barry's. Other over-200 games were scored by Bud Griggs (222), Ed Wittkopf (205), Al Wittkopf (200), Ted Vera (209), P. Jensen (212), J. Grotte (202), J. Baas (210), D. Kerns (227), D. Winkel (227), L. Winkel (205), W. Jergensen (200), H. Benschoter (203), R. Bierle (207), M. Moxley (201), B. Gade (212). Del Reding (209). Soup Briggs made 593 on three games of 202, 224, and 167. Old Style gained one during •the week to again tie for first place with Barry's in the Blue league. Plantation still has a five game lead in the Purple league, while Burt commands the Green league with an advantage of four wins. LEAGUE STANDINGS Blue (Monday) W L Barry's - 45 30 Old Style - - - 45 30 K. of C. 43 32 Algona Barbers — 38 37 Lotts Creek 38 37 Eddies Flower 38 39 American Legion 28 47 National Guard 27 48 Purple (Tu*»d«y) W L Plantation 45 30 S & L 40 35 Blanchard Lumber - 40 35 Sportsman Tavern 39 36 Council Oak - 39 36 John Deere 36 39 Plum Creek — 31 44 Schmidt's Roller — 30 45 Gr*»n (Thursday) W L Burt - 45 26 Hoover's r - 50 25 Mainliner Cafe 45 30 Reding Super Market .... 37 38 Algona Produce 36 39 Algona Implement 31 44 Ledyard 20 55 Nabbed 28 Foxes Bancroft — Maurice Bernhard and coo* we again xouading up foxw. They now have 88 which they have lighted by plan* b«for« •hooting tb.m from the ground. THfS SLUGGING WO 18. STOUKHBYSlN 2 THE II (CWOS WS« y SOOUEDJjOOO/ A3OTSINTHE 1921-22 SEASON FORPASSAIC HIGH SCHOOL£0 IN ONE GAM* §00 TOUT. NOTE? COM/ME NTAIDfc AM? W« COKKESPOHPEKr, OHCS PRCVE lfS TO KEEP NGAGEMENTS LECTURE E IN 25 ones Geilenfeld Tops Both Alleys-235 At Brandt's It's rare that the same man takes top honors at both Algona bowling alleys in the same week, but Hank Geilenfeld turned (he trick last week. Hank turned in the top three game total at Brandt's with a 235, 187 and 178 for 600. His 235 was also top single score for the 'week. He topped the keglers at Barry's with 232. - • Maybe other bowlers will try that diet that Hank is trying . . . it must have made the difference last week. Other to top '200 were A. Cotton (233), R. Donovan (200-202), D. Cowan (207), H. Hutchinson (210). D. Smith (200), D. Hutchinson (206), and H. Johannsen (210). , J. Elbert (211), „ E. Kollasch $04). A. Krominga f219). E. BB~ terson (212), M, Scolba (216), C. Loss (212). Algona Hardware is still in command of the Western League with a 53-22 record while those Titonka Woodmen are hanging tough in the Classic League with a 58-17 record. LEAGUE STANDINGS Western (Wednesday) W Algona Hardware _• ------ 53 Burt V. F. W ------- ..... 51 Algona Ice Cream ------- 48 Pioneer Hi-Bred -------- 44 Livingston Tool ..... _„ 42 National Guard --------- 42 L. L. L. ____________ ..... 38 Pettits _________________ 37 Whittemore Legion ..... 39 Harold's Food — ....... - 25 JayCees --------- ...... - 21 Boone Ridge ----------- 10 Classic (Thursday) W Titonka — ........ — — 58 Seven-Up --------------- 54 Coast-to-Coasit ---------- 46 Bauer Implement ------- 45 Old Style, -------------- 43 Barry's _.- -------------- 42 '33 JayCees — - ...... ------ 3* 41 Blatz — — ........ ------- 33 Pettit Plantation ........ 29 Britt .............. ----- 27 Brandt's ................ 21 Algona Independents ---- 18 Wolcotf s 209 Tops Gals' League LaVonne Wolcott created quite a furor at Barry's last week when she chalked up a 209 for the top game of the week and also what is one of the top games of the season in the women's league. She followed this up with 153 just to prove that it wasn't a flash-in- the-pan bit of luck. Eight other girls hit the 150 mark and went right on by into higher scores. I. Cook hit 182 and 158, Ott (170-163), Harlan (155-153-153), K. Kelley (157175), Fitch (152), A. Kajewski (181-174), Bradford (154), and E. Welter (163). LEAGUE STANDINGS Weidenhoff ............. 44 22 Ed's D-X ...... - ........ 43 23 Modernistic ............. 32 34 Druggist Mutual ........ 32 34 N. W. Bell .............. 32 34 Upper Des Moines ------ 30 36 Sperry's ______________ - 2JL 37 -.-- -— , Those Wesley Ladies have been getting some admirable scores, DON'T MISS THIS! ~ ALL STAR BASKETBALL MINNESOTA'S GOLDEN GOPHERS VS. ALGONA ALL-STARS Thursday, March 9 8 P.M. Algona High Gymnasium See Them In Action! • Clayton Tonnemaker, Minnesota's Ail-American Football Center . . . Billy Bye-Ralph McAllister-Jim Malosky-Gordon Soltau—Dick Lawrence-all from the 1949 Minnesota football squad. IN ACTION FOR ALGONA- Tony Guzowski, Algona coach and former Univ. of Iowa star; Bob King, Algona coach and other local stars. Admission-Adults $1, Children 50c Sponsored By The Algona Junior Chamber of Com. Golden Gophers To Play Algona All-Star Team MALOSKY BILLY BYE TONNEMAKER SOLTAU LAWRENCE McALISTER Pictured here are members of the Golden Gophers all-star basketball team which will meet at Algona JayCee all-star team here in a benefit game Thursday evening, March 9, in the Algona high gym at 8 p. m. Tonnemaker, one of the visitors KOSSUTH COUNTY PORTS was picked on just about everybody's All-American football team for 1949. How ho d<»?s in basketball will be disclosed Thursday. He weighs about 240 Ibs. Algona's team will be headed by Tony Guzowski, who met these visitors before on the football field, and Coaches Bob Kinfi and Wayne DoMouth of the school faculty, and a local all- star lineup. Wittkopf Back From Umpires' Training School "PLAY BALL" will soon echo through baseball fields throughout the country and there is a good chance that the umpire on the other end of that cry will be G. A. "Wick" Wittkopf of Algona. Wick recently returned from a six months school for professional umpires conducted at Corpus Christi, Texas. Wick was one of 19 students offered contracts to officiate at professional ball games this year. "The trend is to have more discipline from players," Wick says, "and we were taught to kick the players out of the game if they use abusive language or get rough." Wick has been umpiring in this area for four years and this year he decided to go into the professional leagues. Wick will know in March where he will be working this summer, although he is holding out for a special territory with good pay . . . Wick and Ted Williams. Red Steier Will Hurl For Lions Bancroft — The Lion baseball club has nddod two more pitchers to the club for this season. They are Red Steier, Whilte- more, and Bob EcUert of Madrid. Red Steier played with the Bancroft Lions in 1948. Other pitchers are Harold Hill, Corwith, well-known to Bancroft, and Ralph McCabe, who moved here last fall. Struecker-Nelsen Vows Spoken At Fenton, Feb. 19 Fenton— Miss Lucille Strueck- er, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Struecker of Fairmont, became the bride of Lloyd Nelson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Marlis Nelson of Ringsted, in a service Sunday, Feb. 19. at 7 o'clock in the St. John's Lutheran church at Fenton. A double ring ceremony was performed by Rev. W. H. Fredrich. Wedding marches were played by Mr. Rath. Inez Peters, cousin of the Broom, sang "The Lord's Prayer," preceding and "O, Perfect Love," following the ceremony. Miss Dorothy Struecker, sister of the bride, served as matron of honor. Beverly Beatty of Emmetsburg. cousin of the groom, and Marie Struecker of Mason City, sister of the bride, were bridesmaids. Candle lighters we're Kathryn Johanncscn, niece of the bride, and Carol Bicrstedt, friend of the bride. Vicki Wiley, cousin of the groom, was flower girl. Gary Nelson was ringbearer. The groom was attended by his brother, Norman Nelser. Immediately following the ceremony, a two-course luncheon was served in the church parlors to about 90 guests. The newlyweds then left on a wedding trip to the west coast The bride is n graduate of Fenton high school and the Jones beauty school at Mason City. For tho past four years she has operated her own beauty shop in Ringsted. The groom is a graduate of Ringsted high school and has been employed in farming since. They will live on a farm west of Ringsted. Basketball Injury Whittemore—Beverly Zumach, daughter of Mi-, and Mrs. Herbert Zumach had the misfortune to fall while practicing basketball on the local school floor Thursday Feb. 24, and cracked a bone in her ankle. She will be able to be about with a walking cast. NOTICE OF PROBATE OF WILL State of Iowa, Kossuth County-ss. IN DISTRICT COURT No. 6041 January Term, 1950 To All Whom It May Concern: You Are Hereby Notified, That an instrument of writing purporting to be the last Will and Testament of Peter Koppen, Deceased, dated March 18, 1947, having been this day filed, opened" and read, Monday the 20th day of March, 1950, is fixed for henring proof of same at the Court House in Algona, Iowa, before tho District Court of said County, or the Clerk of said Court; and at ten o'clock A. M., of the day above mentioned all persons interested are hereby notified and required to appear, and show cause, if any they have, why said instrument should not be probated and pl- lowed as and for the last Will and Testament of said deceased. Dated-at Algona, Iowa, March 4, 1950. ALMA PEARSON Clerk of District Court Shumway, Kelly & Fristedt, Attorneys Algona, Iowa 9 Kossuth County 4-H Clubs Tractor Shop Course Bulletin This bulletin is published here as a reminder to Kossuth 4-H Club members of the Tractor Shop Course Schools that are being held this week in implement stores over the county. Below is listed the meeting place for each club, the date of the meeting, and also the subjects to be taken up. This course is being offered to club members through the cooperation of Iowa State College, U. S. Dept. of Agriculture, tho Kossuth Count/ Extension Service, and the eight implement firms whose names are listed below. SCHEDULE PLACE Area 1 — Linde Implement Co. Area 2— Bancroft Implement Co. Area 3*Algona Implement Bradley Bros, and Hovey Implement (To B. Conducted It Brmdtoy Bro«.) Kossuth Implement Munger Implement Area 4— luVerne Implement DATES March 9 March 16 March 10 March 10 March 10 CLUBS PARTICIPATING Eagle, Grant, Hebron, Seneca, Swea-Harrison Greenwood, Lakota Group 1— Garfield, Prairie Group 2— Lotts Creek, Portland, Union, Wesley Group 3— Buffalo, Burt, Plum Creek, St. Joe Group 4— Algona, Lone Rock, Whittemore LuVerne Time will be 7:30 p.m. for all meetings. (*— Groups in area 3 will rotate so that each group visits all shops listed. For example group 4 will go to Algona Implement for their second meeting, group 3 goes there for third meeting and group 2 there for fourth meeting. Other groups follow in number sequence). • THIRD MEETING Discuss and demonstrate the need for correct a. Engine lubrication b. Transmission lubrication c. Winterizing the tractor FOURTH MEETING "Dad's Night" On this night, it is expected that all Dads will receive a special invitation to attend, and have a brief review of what has been accomplished. There will be demonstrations, movies, and a question period. The final quiz of work books will take place. Refreshments will be served. • Sponsored by— Munger Implement Co., Algona LuVerne Implement Co., LuVerne Kossuth Implement Store, Algona Algona Implement, Co., Algona Bancroft Implement Co., Bancroft Linde Implement Co., Swea City Bradley Bros., Algona Hovey Implement Co., Algona In Cooperation With Iowa State College, U. S. Dept. Agriculture and Kossuth County Extension Service

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